Make sure that you understand the advantages in using an Illinois Work injury lawyer.
Work Comp lawyers do not get paid unless you get paid.
Illinois law limits recovery for the lawyer to 20 percent of the settlement or award.
The Workers’ Compensation insurance company always has a number of lawyers working for it; you will need someone to look out for you.
The Work Comp law is complex and you will want someone on your side to make sure that you receive all the rights and remedies you are entitled to.
You will need someone to make sure that your medical bills are paid.
If you need future medical treatment you will want to have a lawyer help you navigate this tricky area of the law.
You will want someone to help you obtain a fair settlement.
Questions about your work injury case? Feel free to contact Illinois Work Comp Lawyer Dirk May at 309-827-4371.
Illinois Workers’ Compensation Law provides a presumption that for first responders their cancer is related to work duties. This is an important advantage for workers.
In Illinois the value of your Workers’ Compensation injury depends on the nature of your injury, the treatment you received, your permanent restrictions and the work you perform.
The nature of the injury means did you break a bone, is it a soft tissue injury, are there torn tendons and ligaments.
Injuries that are verifiable with MRI’s, Xrays, or ultrasounds are worth more than soft tissue damage or muscle strains.
Treatment may range from injections, physical therapy, and medications, to surgery.
Injuries that require surgery are usually valued higher.
Permanent restrictions such as limits on lifting, standing, walking or sitting, handling and fingering will make the value of the claim go higher.
A number of years of physical labor, and a work injury that will interfere with the ability to continue such a job will result in a much higher value than a similar injury and a desk job.
Make sure to discuss your work injury case with an experienced Illinois Work Comp lawyer to get the best value.
We do not get paid unless you recover. Feel free to contact Illinois Work Injury Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371.
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This case may likely involve a Workers’ Compensation claim in Florida or Illinois and a claim against the company who displayed the swing, and who set up the exhibit.
Make sure to contact an experienced Illinois lawyer to discuss your injuries.